Cloudy With Widespread Showers Thursday

  WEATHER DISCUSSION An area of low pressure positioned near British Columbia will move eastward today, bringing a cold front through much of the Pacific Northwest. Rain will increase in coverage through the morning at the Coast, and then move inland into midday. This will also bring breezy conditions to the Klamath Basin, high terrain … Continue reading »

Thunderstorms Through Thursday

Two weather disturbances together are going to bring increasing moisture to the region through Thursday. In addition, the atmosphere will gradually increase in instability, meaning by Wednesday, conditions will be favorable for widespread thunderstorm development. A Red Flag Warning (for dry lightning) remains in effect for Northern California and a Fire Weather Watch for the … Continue reading »

Drastic Change In The Weather

A cold front off shore this morning will pass through the region this afternoon bringing gusty winds, rain and a drastic drop in temperatures. The limiting factor with this storm will be moisture and thus most of the precipitation will be along and west of the Cascades in southern Oregon, in particular at the coast … Continue reading »

Much Needed Rain Moves in Tomorrow

A cold front is going to push inland tomorrow afternoon. This is going to bring light showers to the viewing area, beginning at the Coast early tomorrow morning. By midday, rain will reach the Valley and the Cascades shortly after. The East Side will see very light and isolated rain showers by the afternoon. Winds … Continue reading »

Hot & Sunny for the Weekend

High pressure currently sits over our region. Sunny skies have allowed for temperatures to warm significantly, especially in the Valley. Medford hit it’s warmest day of the year thus far, with the afternoon temperature peaking at 91 degrees. Klamath Fall did so as well, reaching 81 degrees for the first time this year. On the … Continue reading »

Cooler & Breezy Into Monday

Temperatures have cooled down almost 10 degrees since Saturday. Afternoon highs were in the 70′s in the valleys compared to the mid 80′s we have been seeing the past two days. By Monday we’ll still remain above average, but drop even more so. Afternoon highs will warm to the mid 60′s and low 70′s. The … Continue reading »

Scattered Showers Today, Dry Weekend

A weak cold front will sweep through the viewing area today. This will bring some showers to the region but they will be light and scattered. As the front passes, winds will pick up in the higher terrain and also on the East Side. Showers will taper off this evening and cloud cover will slowly … Continue reading »

Spotty Showers, Then Partly Cloudy

A cold front is currently pushing from northwest to southeast across the viewing area. Behind it, some cooler air will then move in and snow levels will drop rather quickly overnight to about 6,000′ but at this point most of the moisture will have moved on to the East. For this reason, snow showers are … Continue reading »

Showers Hang Around Into Tomorrow

The worst of yesterday’s storm is now over with. Some light and scattered showers are still lingering and this will be the case through the evening. Temperatures this afternoon were about 10 degrees below average, and cooler temperatures are expected overnight also. Temperatures will be in the mid 30′s along the Coast, so frost is … Continue reading »

A Beautiful Friday Ahead

Over two and a half inches of rain have fallen in certain places along the Coast in the past 24 hours. Very light rain fell in the Valley’s, Mountains, and Basin since last night. Expect drier conditions as we head into the overnight hours for all areas with the exception of the Coast where some … Continue reading »

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